I am trying to use an Allen & Heath ZED10FX with Cubasis but for some reason my Cubasis is not detecting the A&H mixer? I’ve downloaded MusicStudio Lite and Focusrite Tape to check if it is a problem is outside Cubasis but the ZED records perfectly within these apps without any settings changed. The microphone input is enabled for Cubasis but it’s not detecting the ZED and no audio is being recorded!
Depending on the connected audio device Cubasis allows to assign MIDI and audio tracks to up to 24 individual inputs and outputs simultaneously. The assignment of these takes place per track in the routing tab of the inspector (located to the left of the track list).
Please give the following steps a try:
1 - Restart your iPad
2 - Connect the audio device to your iPad
3 - Launch Cubasis
4 - Create a new project
5 - Create an audio track and make sure it is selected
6 - Open the “Routing” tab in the Inspector
7 - Tab the number below the field “Mono input” to open the “Mono Inputs” matrix
This matrix shows up with the available inputs. If the audio device has been detected properly you should be able to select the desired input for your recording task.
Same issue here, trying to use Cubasis with ZED 10FX.
Cubasis 1.9 (latest version on app store)
Apple iPad Air MD788LL/A 16GB Wi-Fi
iOS 8.1 (12B410)
Apple Lightning to USB Camera Adapter
Allen & Heath ZED 10FX
GarageBand is able to record sound and playback over USB using the ZED 10FX, though sometimes it freezes and I need to unplug and replug the USB adapter to get it responsive again. But it is definitely able to communicate with the 10FX.
Cubasis works fine without the 10FX plugged in, but as soon as I plug it in the playback goes quiet. I am also unable to record any sound from it.
Cubasis is enabled in Settings/Privacy → Microphone, and works fine with the builtin microphone.
Inspector routing settings show stereo input 1+2 and stereo output 1/2, both are enabled but I can’t hear anything on the 10FX or get any sound through to Cubasis from it. Under Setup → Audio, Input Gain shows “No device” when the 10FX is connected, but goes back to a slider when I disconnect it.
Any help you could provide would be welcome, Cubasis looks pretty neat but is a nonstarter if I can’t get any sound to it.
I’ve recently purchased the new Zedi 10FX to use with my iPad and Cubase, however… there’s no audio signal being received by Cubase. The Zedi works perfectly with a Mac laptop into GarageBand, and is acknowledged by iPad Cubase as the sound card, can play sound out but no audio going in.
So just seeing if there was any update from last year on this?
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